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Introducing Templi, a New Online Printing platform

October 18, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Templi is a new online printing platform that launched October 18. Templi allows members of the food service and design industries to easily create and print branded collateral such as disposable coffee cups, coasters, ice cream containers, and more.

With Templi’s unique platform, a user can now accomplish weeks’ worth of work in as quickly as one sitting, such as:

  • Instantly review product pricing
  • Create 360-degree mockups with true product photography
  • Design with templates to fully control the print surface
  • Purchase multiple types of products in varying sizes
  • Organize and save multiple projects to return to later
  • Complete the purchase with a credit card

Automatically receive production updates, packing, and shipping details Templi’s founder, Nick O’Brien, brings over a decade of experience in the printing business to offer a clean new platform that streamlines the procurement of branded touchpoints. O’Brien has found a way to significantly reduce the amount of time and energy it takes to go from design to print on challenging items –some of which have never before been attempted in an online format, such as coffee cups– with 360-degree design capabilities.

“Over the years, I’ve been fortunate to work with some truly inspiring restaurants, bars, and the branding agencies behind their visual identities. Through these close relationships, I’ve developed a deep appreciation for the operators and the design community as a whole,” says O’Brien. “My insights into their pain points on the production side were the driving force behind the need to create Templi.”

O’Brien plans on continually adding to the range of products offered through Templi, such as takeout bags, paper food wrap, and other creative products. All of Templi’s products are made in the USA. With Templi’s launch, O’Brien aims to join a host of startups offering DIY tools to all corners of the food and beverage industry.

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